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Father and daughter take it to the ice

Published Jun. 17 2018

The sound of hockey sticks and skates sliding across ice echoed through Jefferson City's Washington Park Ice Arena on June...

3 seek Democrat nomination for 6th District Senate seat

Published Jun. 17 2018

Three Mid-Missouri Democrats want to be their party's candidate for the 6th District state Senate seat now held by Mike...

Whimsical, relaxing and lush gardens on display

Published Jun. 17 2018

Variety is key when Bittersweet Garden Club members select the five gardens featured in their annual garden tour.

State employee honored for helping injured man

Published Jun. 17 2018

A licensing manager with the Missouri Gaming Commission has been recognized as the State Employee of the Month for June.

Jefferson City to receive new federal incentives

Published Jun. 17 2018

Investors in portions of Jefferson City could receive federal tax credits after three census tracts were selected as opportunity zones.

Republicans weigh in on House District 60 race

Published Jun. 17 2018

The Republican candidate for the Missouri House of Representatives District 60 seat will be chosen from three contenders with familiar...

Democratic candidates for House 60th District seat look forward to the climb

Published Jun. 17 2018

Democratic candidates for the Missouri House of Representatives District 60 seat feel there are a lot of people in Jefferson...

Candidate forums on tap

Published Jun. 17 2018

Mid-Missouri voters will have the opportunity to decide several contested primary races Aug. 7.The local races include Missouri Senate and...

BizBeat: Credit union to open local community center

Published Jun. 17 2018

A local credit union plans to build a community center on the site of an old restaurant near Jefferson City's...

BizBeat: Downtown Diner closed for good

Published Jun. 17 2018

Owner John Biggs closed Downtown Diner at 127 E. High St. in Jefferson City on June 10.

BizBeat: Green Leaf Cafe to open Monday

Published Jun. 17 2018

The Green Leaf Cafe & Coffee Bar will debut with a soft opening Monday.

Photo Gallery: 2018 Juneteenth Emancipation Program

Published Jun. 17 2018

The annual Jefferson City Juneteenth Emancipation Program began 17 years ago and has expanded to include a Heritage Festival in...

Family at heart of Russellville Century Farm

Published Jun. 17 2018

For 100 years, one family has worked the undulated land just outside Russellville, leaving a five-generation legacy of labor and...

Cosmo Field to be renamed to honor late Jefferson City pillar

Published Jun. 17 2018

To honor a well-known Jefferson City resident, the city's Park and Recreation Commission has approved renaming Cosmo Field to Vogel...

Annual Juneteenth program features commemoration, party in the park

Published Jun. 17 2018

The Lincoln University Blue Tigers women's track team led the way as grand marshals of the Juneteenth Emancipation Program Motorcade...

JCPS discusses open-concept spaces at high schools

Published Jun. 17 2018

With just over a year before students enter the hallways of Capital City High School and a renovated Jefferson City...

State bill could create new funds for 911 service

Published Jun. 16 2018

A bill in the Missouri Legislature may offer new ways to fund Callaway County's 911 service.

Locals advocate in DC for renewable energy

Published Jun. 16 2018

A Holts Summit couple was among 1,200 volunteers from all 50 states who spent time this week in Washington, D.

Sideline access

Published Jun. 16 2018

Jefferson City Public Schools’ Board of Education last month approved a cloud-computing service that will grant sideline or courtside coaches...

State gearing up for start of frogging season

Published Jun. 16 2018

Missouri’s frogging season begins at sunset June 30 and ends Oct. 31, according to a Missouri Department of Conservation news...

Nominations sought for conservation award

Published Jun. 16 2018

The Missouri Conservation Commission is seeking nominations for its Master Conservationist Award and the Missouri Conservation Hall of Fame, which...

City commission works toward raising LGBT score

Published Jun. 16 2018

The Jefferson City Commission on Human Relations will work toward boosting the city’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender inclusion score...

MSP group considering developer selection

Published Jun. 16 2018

The Missouri State Penitentiary Community Partners will consider using a pre-qualifying process when selecting a potential developer for the 32-acre...